Renal Regulation of Body Fluid pH Normal Body Fluid PH

The normal blood pH is kept within the range 7.35-7.45, although a range of 7.00-7.80 can be tolerated. Enzyme reactions in the body have a pH optimum, but the pH dependence of such reactions is much less sharply defined than the pH dependence of the whole organism. The pH notation tends to obscure the range of H+ concentration tolerated, which is broad compared with some other biochemical parameters. To convert the normal pH range to H+ concentration values.

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Figure RE.14 ADH response to changes in extracellular volume

Figure RE.14 ADH response to changes in extracellular volume

Lei concentration of H4 = |llf|

As normal pFI-7.4

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